Strong Partnerships, Shared Vision, Mutual Accountability
North10, Philadelphia works to improve life outcomes for community members of the North Philadelphia Hunting Park-East Tioga community so current residents and future generations live happy, healthy, and civically engaged lives.
We work with our neighbors to address issues of systemic violence, poverty, and disinvestment that have induced trauma, built barriers, and challenged the health and prosperity of this community. Taking a holistic approach, North10 is striving to make impactful change not only by delivering high-quality programs and services in response to stated community preferences, but also by serving as the community backbone.
By the Numbers
The Hunting Park-East Tioga population is 6,738, with 27% of the population being under 18 years-old.
44% of Hunting Park-East Tioga residents live in poverty, while 24% of the residents live in extreme poverty.
95% of the students in Hunting Park and East Tioga attend public schools, with 71% of students graduating high school.
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME
The median household income for residents in Hunting Park-East Tioga is $20,611 per year. The median household income in the US is $68,703 per year.
Our partnership with the American Heart Association has afforded us the opportunity to host a ‘Hands-Only CRP Mobile Kiosk’ inside the Lenfest Center. On January 31, 2024, the announcement was made with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Philadelphia’s initiative to make school commutes safer receives a significant boost with a $25 million federal grant. This funding aims to create safe traffic zones around six North Philly schools, ensuring safer journeys for students.
Hear about the need for the Schoolyard Transformation.